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Index.
  • Niclas (Hendrick), of Leyden, 32.
  • North Briton (No. 45), 177.
 
  • Okeford Games), 102.
  • Orléans (Louis d'), 18.
  • Osma (Peter d'), 7
  • Oxford (University of) Decree against certain pernicious books, 192.
 
  • Parseus (David), 60.
  • Parliament's Ten Commandments, 101.
  • Parliaments Pater Noster, 101.
  • Parsons (Robert), the Jesuit, 37, 39.
  • Pascal, 12.
  • Peignot, the historian of Condemned Books, 2.
  • Pidanzet, 21.
  • Pocklington (Dr. John), 95–8.
  • Pomponadus, 7.
  • Porphyry, 5.
  • Primatt (Joseph), 102.
  • Prynne (William), 30, 77–93.
 
  • Racoman Catechism, 111–13.
  • Raleigh (Sir Walter), 59.
  • Ravnal (Abbé), 23.
  • Reboulet, 21.
  • Reeves' Thoughts on English Goverment, 186.
  • Rousseau, 13.
  • Rowlands (Samuel), 45.
  • Rutherford (Samuel), 122.
  • Rye House Plot, Decree against pernicious books, 191.
 
  • Sacheverell (Henry), 157–61.
  • Sainte Foi, 12.
  • Salmasius, 119.
  • Sanctarel, the Jesuit, 20.